Motorists urged to paste contact, name on windscreens: Police
Vehicle owners are advised to display their contact numbers and names clearly in front of their respective vehicles when parking at public places, Police Media Spokesperson SP Ruwan Gunasekara says.
He said that too many telephone calls had been received by the Police regarding unidentified vehicles parked on waysides.
Extensive search operations are currently ongoing following the bombings that took place at three churches, three hotels, a lodge in Dehiwala and at a housing scheme in Dematagoda on April 21st.
This allows to pay more attention to inspecting the vehicles without owners and avoid false tip-offs on suspicious vehicles, SP Ruwan Gunasekara further stated.
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